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1 hour ago, Orange Alert said:

 

I have also heard them say "the first dose made me feel really bad, but I will take the second dose - what can I do". Another "I was really unwell for 2 weeks with the AstraZeneca. I am going to take the Pfizer injection next time".

 

Also I have heard about people taking the first vaccination and will not take the second, due to the ill effects they experienced.

 

Boosters will sort all that out. Then we might give you your freedumbs after Christmas 2033..

 

Covid booster vaccine plan to come in a few weeks - Matt Hancock

https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-57548796

 

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Informed consent disclosure to vaccine trial subjects of risk of COVID-19 vaccines worsening clinical disease (Mar 2021)

https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/33113270/
Conclusions drawn from the study and clinical implications: The specific and significant COVID-19 risk of ADE should have been and should be prominently and independently disclosed to research subjects currently in vaccine trials, as well as those being recruited for the trials and future patients after vaccine approval, in order to meet the medical ethics standard of patient comprehension for informed consent.
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1 hour ago, whatthefoxhat said:

Like this

 

 

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Exactly. 

 

Update - The person who said that has now had the Pfizer jab and again has felt really bad afterwards.  Now he is puzzled by it, as he thinks it should not have happened with the Pfizer jab as it is different from the AstraZeneca one that made him ill the first time.

 

Maybe he will be lucky third time around with the Moderna.😆

 

 

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2 hours ago, Beaujangles said:

Apologies if this has already been posted...

 

Police Officer speaks out and reports crime:

 

 

Great post.
I imagine after all the research he’s clearly done, it will take them all of 10 seconds to bin it and ignore him

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6 hours ago, SimonTV said:

 

 

These psychopaths who have had the time of their lives during lockdown, want it to continue for ever. 

Hopson is a careerist executive wank stain on the face of business

No offence Chris but not even your mum would be proud of you. Fucktard!

 

Drop the dead donkey nailed his type into Gus hedges

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1 hour ago, whatthefoxhat said:

I think theres a lot more people have doubts now than say 3 months ago as its becoming apparent that all is not well with the jabs,and whilst i was in town earlier there is a definite rise in the numbers maskless,especially amongst younger people ,the older folk of say pensionable age and up are still firmly masked up but i think thats more down to technophobia and not being able to access information online,they have even dispensed with the security on the doors of the two shopping centres in town and there didn't appear to be as many at the major stores,this could all change overnight of course with an announcement from the spineless albino jellyfish but i'm hoping its gone past the point of no return for a lot of people,many of them ARE beginning to question things now especially as they feel 'cheated' as in we had the jab to go on holiday/travel and you still locked us up and that is probably driving todays announcement that maybe just maybe we can come out earlier (carrot stick time more like) but they are obviously basing this on public opinion and it isn't looking good for them to continue

I only insist on people wearing a mask in gov offices. Totally against them, never worn one. Just enjoy telling them they need to mask up to protect me. Great seeing apologies on the muppets faces.

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40 minutes ago, oddsnsods said:

 

Boosters will sort all that out. Then we might give you your freedumbs after Christmas 2033..

 

Covid booster vaccine plan to come in a few weeks - Matt Hancock

https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-57548796

 

 

There will be plenty of vaccine junkies eager to get their next mRNA fix.   Speaking to someone I know about the jabs, they treat it like some software update and via these injections it will get them to 100 years-old.😆

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1 hour ago, BossCrow said:

 

A good one to show the normies.

 

Something that really pisses me off is that the English national anthem is the only one o know of that say nothing about the pride and love of it country. Just arse kissing  the old succubus. Shameful.  Just listen to the other U.K. anthems when watching the rugby fills me with pride and I’m not Welsh, Scottish or Irish.

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So I have a low Immunsystem, did not follow their rules,did not wash my hands,did not put on a mask like they said and I have not even antibodies. So that's over 18 and you tell me that a vaccine protects me? The side effects from the vaccine are not as high of the risk of getting covid. 18 month and nothing. 

 

The Barber told me that she had costumers who had Covid. I believed her that they were tested positive and all the symptoms are from mask, believing in covid makes it worse. 

 

In Austria you are not allowed to go to rehabilitation without a vaccine. I don't know if it is everywhere here but at least in one. 

Why needs something 24 hours a day commercials when it is good for you? 

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18 hours ago, Michael said:

So i tried the magnetic test on myself, just out of curiosity and sure enough a coin or little magnet can indeed stick to your neck.

Im honest, this is something completly new to me, since i never tested this before.

Does this mean that we all have some magnetic properties in our bodies or what?

I made sure that the coin and the part to stick it to are completly dry, so it cannot be body fluid from the skin.

I had and never will get the jab, so this has to be something that can occur in humans?

 

I usually do not go to wikipedia as its compromised but this is what i found:

 

"Human magnetism is a popular name for an alleged ability of some people to attract objects to their skin. People alleged to have such an ability are often called human magnets. Although metal objects are the most popular, some are also alleged to be able to stick other types of materials, such as glass, porcelain, wood or plastic as well as metals with no ferromagnetic properties such as brass and aluminium.[1] However, none of the recorded claims of human magnetism corresponds with the physics of magnetism"

Have you had any vaccination? Also one should account for chem trails..

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Driving home from work just now I had the local radio station on - on the one hand, I abhore it, and you may one day read of my incarceration for ragging one presenter in particular to the ground and sealing his mouth up with superglue - but on the other, I do want to keep abreast of what lies they're pushing in my neck of the woods.

 

So the news headlines were announced. According to them the number of cases in East Lancs is rising & there are 'about' ('about', FFS!) 100 people in hospital here with Covid, of which about a third of them are in Preston & Chorley Hospitals (the 2 nearest me). Then I lost concentration while avoiding a twerp who swerved in front of me whilst breaking to avoid the car ahead which he was driving faster than. So not sure whether all, or just some of those in the 2 hospitals, caught it in there!!! 

 

So in other words (speculating, but I'd bet my bottom dollar) they're in hospital for something unrelated, made to do a Covid test once in, and hey presto, have false positive results. 

 

I'm ready to do damage to those involved in the deceit. 

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1 hour ago, Human10 said:

I don't know how it's in UK but in Poland you must have amazing health to be a pilot... It had to be an age...

You're absolutely right - all pilots would receive regular health check-ups. Seems very unlikely 4 young pilots would all suddenly die at the same time.

 

Apparently in 2015 BA employed around 3800 pilots in total (200 of which were female).

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